Ralph Brown joined Jeff Thurn on Thursday's edition of Overtime.

Brown is a former Nebraska All-American, and two-time Super Bowl participant (Giants in 2000, Cardinals in 2009).

He played 10 seasons in the NFL for the Cardinals, Vikings, Browns, and Giants.

Brown on his first experience in the Super Bowl in his rookie season:

"It was amazing! I couldn't believe I was there in my first year in the NFL, just experiencing the Super Bowl as a rookie and playing against the Ravens, seeing some of the greats that are part of that football game. Just the grandeur and majesty that comes with the Super Bowl. It's a wonderful experience!"


Brown on if he appreciated his first Super Bowl as much as his second Super Bowl?

"No I didn't and plus, coming from Nebraska, I had won a lot there, and then when I got to the NFL, I got the Super Bowl my first year. Once I hadn't seen in my eight years, I got there my ninth year, I was really appreciative of everything. All the details, and just being in the Super Bowl was awesome for me."

To hear the rest of Brown's interview with Thurn, listen below: